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  • Hsien Wu, the founder of Chinese  biochemistry and nutriology

    Hsien Wu, the founder of Chinese biochemistry and nutriology


    Hsien Wu (1893-1959) was a world-renowned biochemist and nutrition scientist with excellent achievements in protein chemistry, clinical chemistry, immunochemistry, nutriology and so on.

  • Researcher asked by top journal to pen paper on human brain


    At the invitation of the journal Current Opinion in Neurobiology, researcher Wang Xiaoqun, from the Institute of Biophysics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, wrote and on Oct 30 published the paper "Modeling brain development and diseases with human cerebral organizations".

  • China to deepen sci-tech institutional reform, international cooperation


    China will further advance the reform of sci-tech governance system, and optimize the national sci-tech planning system and operation mechanism, according to the full text of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee's development proposals made public on Nov 2.

  • BSC members receive prestigious national science awards


    Members of Biophysical Society of China (BSC) were given prestigious national science awards at the presentation ceremony of the Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation Prize, held in Beijing on Nov 3.

  • China fosters research on brain-inspired computing


    The human brain is dubbed "the world's most sophisticated computer" and Chinese scientists are fostering research on brain-inspired computing systems, which have the potential to drive the next wave of computer engineering.

  • Highlights of China's innovation over past 5 years

    Highlights of China's innovation over past 5 years


    China has made significant accomplishments in implementing its innovation-driven development strategy during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020), which fostered new growth drivers and support for high-quality growth.

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